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Stevie Wonder sang a song about veganism in a video of outtakes from his recent appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden".Stevie Wonder sang a song about veganism in a video of outtakes from his recent appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden".

WATCH: Stevie Wonder Sings About Veganism With James Corden

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Stevie Wonder sang a song about veganism in a video of outtakes from his recent appearance on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”.

In the video, the musical legend talks to Corden about his switch to veganism over a year and a half ago. When Corden asks how he likes his new diet, Wonder says, “I like not eating meat.”

The song appears as part of Corden’s hugely popular “Car Karaoke” segment, which has the host drive around celebrities in his car while they sing along to the radio.

“Go vegan, go vegan,” Wonder and Corden sing. “You’ve got to go vegan.”

We agree!

Check out the fun song for yourself below. It will make anyone want to sing for their (vegan) supper:

Via Vulture

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